David Comyn (1854-1907)
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David Comyn (1854-1907) a pioneer of the Irish Language Movement. by J. J. Doyle

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Written in English

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Comyn, David by Paul Rouse. Comyn, David (–), Irish-language revivalist, was born 13 May in Henry St., Kilrush, Co. Clare, only child of John Comyn and Mary Comyn (née Hassett). On leaving school, he joined the National Bank as a clerk and was . Vol. 1, edited by David Comyn; v. , by Rev. Patrick S. Dinneen Irish and English on opposite pages I. Containing the Introduction and the first book of the history. II. Containing the first book of the history from sect. XV to the end. III. Containing the second book of the history. IV. David Lynn Golemon was born in Septem in Chino, California where he also grew up. His family is deeply immersed in military history, from from the civil war through to Vietnam. David is the father of three children: Shaune, Brandon and Katie Anne and currently resides in Long Island, New York after leaving Loveland, Collarado. Genealogy profile for David Comyn, Lord of Kilbride. Genealogy for David Comyn, Lord of Kilbride (b. - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. People Projects.